The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Thursday, 29 November 1990

Work Dries Up

‘Enjoy The Silence’ – Depeche Mode

I’ve said it before, but do you know who I really miss?  MARY-JANE FERGUSON.  She hasn’t written back to me yet, even though a couple of weeks ago she said she would…

Went to King’s Lynn.  Saw Johnny.  He came home with me.  Went to The Angel.  Saw Alice.  It seems Johnny and Missy are in a right state, falling out lots. 
Might be a summons to court in the post next week for Larry’s court case.  Is that STILL going?!
Love The Sisters.
Apparently Pip has begun sleeping around a lot and Amy Neat has moved in next door to Missy.
I need some cash.  Work dried up at the lorry yard and I have to go on the dole.  But I need to get out more and get into more parties, booze-ups, drug happenings and raves, far, far more than I am doing.
I think I’ve finished now. 
As you were.
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